Ankur Chadha, Sanjeev Kumar share halfway lead at Glade one Masters
Gurugram golfer Ankur Chadha and Sanjeev Kumar of Lucknow both carded a matching 35-33 in two days to share the lead at the halfway stage of Glade one Masters.
The duo of Ankur and Sanjeev started their day at tied ninth, shot the day’s lowest score of three-under 33 to claim a one-shot lead over veteran Amardeep Malik and the young Aditya Raj Kumar Chauhan.
The cut was applied at three-over 75, in which fifty-three professionals made the cut.
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Ankur Chadha, fresh from his best season on the PGTI last year when he finished inside the top-30 of the Order of Merit, has carried forward the momentum this week.
The 27-year-old Chadha’s second round featured a 12-feet birdie conversion on the first hole, another birdie on the fifth, a great par save from the hazard on the sixth and a 20-feet birdie conversion on the closing ninth hole.
Sanjeev Kumar, endured a poor start as he was two over after four holes. However, his putter was on fire from the fifth hole onwards as he sank birdies till the end, making five conversions from a range of 15 to 30 feet. The five players bunched in tied fifth at 70 were Ravi Kumar, Vinay Kumar Yadav, Abhijit Singh Chadha, Manu Gandas and Harsh Gangwar.
Yuvraj Singh Sandhu, Sunit Chowrasia, M Dharma, Angad Cheema, Mithun Perera, and Akshay Sharma were among the notables who failed to make the cut.